Eric Crugnale | Carol Was Here

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Carol Was Here

by Eric Crugnale

A classic combination of exceptional songwriting, to die for production, and strong peformances will serve to remind you why you love music.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Carol Was Here
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2. Can't Take My Eyes Off You
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3. Unlovable
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4. I'm So Glad
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5. What We Deserve
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6. Unreliable Friend
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7. Never Thought
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8. My Mistakes
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9. Leave Your Worries Behind
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10. Old Enough to Know
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11. I'm So Glad II
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"Getting in under the wire for my 2010 year-end list (which is coming next week) is Long Island's Eric Crugnale and his excellent debut Carol Was Here. This is fully-realized mature pop in the vein of David Mead and Seth Swirsky, and the lovely, Bacharachian title track draws you in right from the start. "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" is smart guitar pop, and "I'm So Glad" has a soulful feel to it that recalls Scot Sax & Wanderlust. There's no doubt that the whole album sounds like something unearthed from the 1970s, and the production from Kevin Bents (whose The Means was a favorite of ours a couple of years back) is top-notch. Other highlights include the bouncy, catchy "Unreliable Friend", the McCartneyesque 1:39-in-length "Never Thought", and the gentle, inspiring "Leave Your Worries Behind", which sounds like an oft-covered standard but isn't. A mightily impressive debut that sounds more like the work of a 20-year pro."
- www.absolutepowerpop.com - 12/14/2010


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